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Our Articles of Incorporation

This is a new website, still under construction.  Please be patient with us as we move everything over and add our new features.

We are currently legally incorporated in the state of North Carolina as a church and federally recognized as such.   We are awaiting our 501c3 recognition but as we more than meet all requirements we anticipate no problems whatsoever. 

In the meantime, all of our Articles of Incorporation will be posted here asap as our webmaster is available to do that for us.   Please be patient with us and stay tuned, and you will notice things going up. 

If you have any questions, feel free to contact our Director, Lianna Costantino, who will provide you with copies of anything needed in the meantime. 

We strive to be a very intentionally open, transparent, law abiding and ethical organization.

Thank you!


Our mission is a Journey symbolized within the pentagram, the five pointed star, along the path of which we shall:

Honor the lessons of Water by joining hearts by sharing our joys and challenges, feeling and growing together and co-creating a group bond, shared love and shared trust as well as providing diverse support, pastoral counseling & charitable outreach;

Honor the lessons of Fire by joining voices and speaking up, listening and being heard as individuals and as a Temple, using our passion to vocalize our vision;

Honor the lessons of Earth by joining hands in building a safe, positive and supportive physical Temple space together and caring for those in need, including our environment;

Honor the lessons of Air by joining minds to co-create a shared vision and practice a shared intention while discovering our own individual paths as well as providing competent clergy and religious education for our members;

Honor the lessons of Spirit by supporting each other to worship freely as each conscience is guided, without fear in our hearts or reservation in our minds, and with respect and compassion for others so that they may do the same while we each remain true to our own cultures and traditions.


The Sylvan Hearth Pagan Temple envisions a day when bigotry, intolerance, discrimination, hate crimes, violence – especially religiously motivated violence - are a thing of the past.

We envision a perpetually safe and self-sustaining sacred Temple space that all positive Pagans can use free of charge for worship, education, fellowship, networking and  support of each other as a diverse community with a common bond:  A love and respect for the Pagan spiritual traditions of the world and for those of all people of the world.   

We envision doing this by respectfully working together using consensus towards common goals and leading by positive examples.


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